The Zoo Project has announced it will move from Saturdays to Sundays as part of the popular club night’s forthcoming 2018 season.
The open-air festival will once again be held at ex-zoo-turned-club Benimussa Park and is set to kick off on 6th May before running every Sunday until 7th October 2018.
The iconic party, which will celebrate 12 years in operation this year, has previously welcomed legendary guests including Ricardo Villalobos, Stacey Pullen, Dan Ghenacia and Carl Craig, alongside established UK acts including B.Traits, Clive Henry, Miguel Campbell, George Fitzgerald, Laura Jones and many more.
"Saturdays in Ibiza have become mainstream and competitive and we are moving in a different direction; moving to Sunday fits our ethos, concept and future. Sundays JUST FEEL RIGHT and we are really excited to see what 2018 will bring for The Zoo Project family," said Ady, The Zoo Project's creator and owner.
"We plan to continue to run our weekly party with unannounced lineups, showcasing the industry-leading underground stars of the future. - Changing patterns opens up new worlds."
The Zoo Project isn’t the only club night to announce a shift this season with Sven Vath’s famed techno party Cocoon set to move from Amnesia to Pacha after a 19-year stint at the iconic nightclub.
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